Have you tried commenting ’35.black’ on Facebook and Instagram but it couldn’t work?
For some reasons Mark Zuckerberg forbided this phrase on Facebook and Instagram. That is why if you try to leave a comment with this exact phrase, Facebook or Instagram won’t publish it cause it says that it’s against Facebook Community Standards.
Many people’re thinking that it is because something scary is behind the meaning of 35.black.
Anyway, the truth is that it just looks like a link to a website for Facebook. However, when you visit 35.black on your browser, it would show the website does not exist. Maybe, there was a website there before.
Our conclusion here is that Facebook and Instagram think that 35.black is a link to a dangerous website and that’s why you can’t write 35.black without a space between words.
There is nothing scary about 35.black
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“when you visit 35.black on your browser, it would show the website does not exist. Maybe, there was a website there before” seems false. if you type “18237821.udhfudf/”, it will still says website does not exist.